International Transgender Day of Visibility.

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March 31, 2021

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31 March 2021 is International Transgender Day of Visibility.

Uniting stands with our partnering organisations at the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare to recognise and celebrate trans and gender diverse children and young people and support the right for gender identity to be recognised, respected, and celebrated.

Read our joint statement of support here

Uniting is proud of our services doing this work including The Diversity Project, Karrung Youth Foyer, Queer Refugee & Asylum Seeker Connections.

Read more about how we are working for an inclusive community 

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